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Igniis - ELIPHAS LEVI’S CLAVICULES DE SALOMON

Igniis
ELIPHAS LEVI’S CLAVICULES DE SALOMON
Label: Gradual Hate Records / Series: El Lobo y La Espada L.E. 07
Format: CD edition in DVD Case
Country: Spain
Released: 05 Jan 2016
Style: Esoteric, Ambient, Neo-Folk

 

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L.E. 07

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In 1861, the French occultist Eliphas Levi wrote the book “Les Clefs and et clavicules de Salomon” (Major Arcana and Keys of Solomon), a true compendium of magical talismans.
Trough the years the occultists worldwide have taken this book as a tool to discern other worlds and layers of reality; a utensil to invoke angels and demons, because for Levi the true wizard must be pure of heart.
The writer Diego Arandojo and the musician Igniis have worked on these Keys of Solomon, producing a CD music that explores the magic present in the Levi’s book.
A unique piece of work. Mysterious. Exquisite. Esoteric.

 

 

 

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